The very first pyramid was a great pyramid. The very first pyramid was nearly 200' tall!!! This
simply is not consistent with the idea of using ramps or muscle power as people believe today.
If they were going to use muscle power than why didn't they warm up with an 80' pyramid just
to see if they could do it. An 80' pyramid would require less than 10% of the work of a huge py-
rami and perhaps less than 2% if they used ramps. But no such thing exists. They went straight
from building litle tiny mastabas to impossibly large pyramids. The fact that the pyramids are
there does not prove how they were built or who built them. The fact that the first pyramid was
so huge it was never duplicated again in size after the great pyramid building age suggests that
the current paradigm is simply wrong.
The evidence points away from any muscle based system of any sort. The people who were ac-
tually on site said the gods built them. One can add two and two in myriad ways that can each be
correct but there was only one means used to build the pyramids and it has yet to be identified
It's time to look at the evidence and putting up gates to keep people from seeing evidence is not
Why were people like Herodotus explaining it with muscle power by a hundred thousand men and other people? What were all those Egyptians doing at the site? Watching? It's hard to lose information like UFO's, power tools and automobiles. But there is that thought of white people or other "guys" exchanging information with Kings. I'm not sure who they are. How do you think the Pyramids appeared and I guess all of Egypts Pyramids?
The first Pyramid built by Egyptians was the Step Pyramid right? That's what you're explaining? Well in my opinion slaves existed to help and it was pretty bad compared to the Great Pyramid of Giza. Especially today when compared side to side. It's just not impressive in my opinion. But what else are some people going to do to make money and a life? It's not the 1900's. Some masons/architects were celebs.
Edited by kampz, 21 December 2012 - 09:47 PM.